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Wadakura Fountain Park, Tokyo

Wadakura Fountain Park (part of Kokyogaien National Gardens) was built to commemorate the royal wedding of Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko of Japan in 1961. The Fountain Park was then reconstructed, in 1995 with the postmodern theme of 'Continuity and New Development'. The reconstruction celebrated the wedding of the Crown Prince and Princess. Four canals connect the new fountain to the old fountain and symbolize the Royal Weddings of two generations.

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Wadakura Fountain Park The new fountains, celebrating the wedding of the Crown Prince
Wadakura Fountain Park The old fountains, celebrating the wedding of Emperor Akihoto